The little Alaskan town of Homer can be found on the Kenai Peninsula's southern coast. The charming downtown area has a museum, cafés, art galleries, and a few places to stay.
Since there are just about 600 people living in the town, you and your family will quickly feel at home there.
Hood River is an anomaly because it's a mountain getaway that also has wineries, spas, and a thriving arts scene.
This well-known mountain hamlet in central Idaho draws visitors from all over the world to go skiing.
The District of Columbia is a top vacation spot for families with children who have just finished a course in American history.
The majority of Outer Banks summer visitors spend their family vacations sunbathing on the 100+ miles of barrier islands that make up North Carolina's East Coast.